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Friends PC shuts off, no BSOD

post #1 of 22
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she has a Club3D 850w 80+ Bronze Modular PSU, is this a reliable/good PSU?
post #2 of 22
not sure on how good that PSU is. but i want to say that its the PSU causing this, try a different one for testage
     
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she does not know what is causing it, she sent it in for repair a little long time ago and they changed the Graphics card, but now its happening again
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Even good/reliable PSU's can break or have a flaw. I agree that you should try the setup with a different CPU.
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post #5 of 22
The rule of thumb is, a PC shutting off with no other symptoms is almost always heat and/or power related somewhere.
post #6 of 22
Could be the PC over heating & shutting down.
When was the last time it had a good cleaning?
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she says she clean the inside regularly.

her CPU is an i7 950 and goes from 57 to 61 celcius stock and GPU is 6970 2gb that is 73 max.
Edited by Norlig - 8/4/11 at 12:26pm
post #8 of 22
Seems like high temp even for a stock cooler, well unless those are full load temps?
Under a full load of gaming I think they would be a lot higher.
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those temps are while ingame WoW
post #10 of 22
k Is that when it shutting down in game or just idle at desktop browsing the web?

Edit: Please give move info on her system, like motherboard & other stuff.
It will help others help you better. I have to run out, but I'll check this later when I get back.
Find a program that can see the PSU voltages like the 12v 3.3 & 5v.
Check to see if any of those are out of sink or lower than they should be.
Edited by TheWolf - 8/4/11 at 12:37pm
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